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12:25
12:25

Pader District Unknowingly Practicing Child Labour 1

Pader OC Family and child protection unit in Pader, Titus Fred Okello says that people are ignorant about what amounts to child labour and the dangers it poses to the life of a child.
18:34
18:34

Elect Leaders Who Will Empower the Judiciary-Owiny-Dollo 2021 Elections 8 6

Dollo’s also asked Civil Society Organizations, the development partners and voters to compel leaders to ensure that there is at least one Grade One Magistrates Court in each part of the country.
18:22
18:22

Dog Steals Suspect's Amputated Leg, Dumps it on Gulu Street Pece Prison 1 Top story

Gulu Resident District Commissioner and Chairperson District Security Committee Maj. Santo Okot Lapolo revealed that the limb belonged to Mr Kennedy Ocaya, an inmate who was shot during a foiled escape from lawful detention at Pece Prison.
16:47
16:47

Clan Members Torture 65-Year-Old Widow over Alleged Witchcraft 2 2

Aparo says she was caned several times resulting into injuries on her bums, back, legs and hands adding that she was later dumped her at Omiya Anyima Police post minus any medical treatment.

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21:38
21:38

Pictorial; Sebaggala Defies EC Guidelines to Hold Procession

He set off from his office in Kyebando with over five cars led by a truck, snaking through the areas of Kisaasi to Ntinda. However, security intercepted the motorcade, about 50 meters towards the Electoral Commission offices. Only five of his supporters were allowed through the roadblock, to the nomination centre.

Business and finance

20:10
20:10

Construction of Kitooro Modern Market Nears Completion 4 2

Patrick Rubongoya, the project manager, says the 24.6 Billion Shillings market is at 99 percent completion rate. Namuyangu says that the vendors have as a result created trade disorder for other traders, road users among others. The construction of the market which started in April 2017 is under the Markets and Agriculture Trade Improvement Projects-MATIP-2
15:17
15:17

NWSC Investigating Irregular Water Bills 1 1

The investigations follow complaints from customers about high water bills incurred during the on-going Katosi Water Works that have led to continuous water shortages in many parts of Kampala.
09:26
09:26

Uganda Lobbying to Host EAC Statistics Bureau 4

Dr Albert Byamugisha, the Board chairman of Uganda National Bureau of Statistics, says that Uganda is best placed to host the bureau since the UBOS office in Entebbe was established in 1946 to collect and disseminate statistics for the East Africa Protectorate under the British colonial government.
08:48
08:48

URA to Assess Impact of Tax Exemptions import 2

Milly Isingoma Nalukwago, the Assistant Commissioner Research, Planning and Development URA, the study will seek to assess the impact of tax exemption which will inform policy formulation.

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